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    Default Still see parked page from time to time months after setting up site.

    I setup a new site a couple months ago and I still get a parked page from time to time. The site is SignupBonus.org

    Is this a cookie problem on my computer or does everyone see a parked page aswell.

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    Shows a site for me.
    Currently looking to buy income earning websites. I have a large budget for the right project. If you have any form of money earning site in gambling, finance or any other related niche, and want to sell, ship me a pm and let's work out a deal.

    Also looking for premium domain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leporello View Post
    Shows a site for me.
    Ya it works for me again now aswell.

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    Fuck me it's like it again.

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    It could be a corrupt DNS table on the server.
    Free advice and opinions are provided without any warranties or guarantees. I cannot do anything about the facts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Martinez View Post
    It could be a corrupt DNS table on the server.
    How would I check for something like that?

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    Access the site through a few proxies and see what you get
    Free Proxy Servers - Protect Your Online Privacy with Our Proxy List

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetbet View Post
    Access the site through a few proxies and see what you get
    Free Proxy Servers - Protect Your Online Privacy with Our Proxy List
    Looks like my site works on most of the proxy sites even when I see a parked page.

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    If you're still occasionally seeing a parked page you should talk to your hosting ISP and explain to them what you see. They can help you rebuild the DNS table. It may be as simple as deleting an entry and adding it back in.
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    You might need to flush and reset a client resolver cache using the ipconfig command.
    To open a command prompt, click Start, point to All programs, point to Accessories, and then click Command prompt.
    Type: ipconfig /flushdns

    Source: Flush and reset a client resolver cache using the ipconfig command: Domain Name System(DNS)


 

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